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Fashion Programs

Fashion and Textiles at Texas Woman's University offers bachelor's degree programs in Fashion Merchandising and Fashion Design. Programs stress a strong liberal arts background by requiring courses in English, history, government, mathematics, economics, humanities, art, and computer science. In addition, fashion majors at TWU acquire the basic knowledge, skills, and professional contacts that are vital to success in the fast-paced, global textile and apparel industry.

Double Degree Programs in Fashion and Business

Students can obtain double degrees through Fashion and Textiles.  Double degree programs are an outstanding and economical way for students to get the most out of their college matriculation.  For students interested in being prepared for a career in any area of the fashion industry, the B.A. in Fashion Design/B.S. in Fashion Merchandising is a great choice that requires only 36 additional semester credit hours for completion.  For students interested in a fashion merchandising degree with an exceptional business foundation, the B.S in Fashion Merchandising/B.B.A in Marketing is an ideal option that requires only 27 additional semester credit hours for completion.  For students interested in career focused on designing and selling their own products, the B.A. in Fashion Design/B.B.A. in General Business-Entrepreneurship Emphasis provides the diversity in skills required for a tough economic environment and requires only 45 additional semester credit hours for completion.  Finally, for those students interested in a career in retail management at a corporate level, the B.S. in Fashion Merchandising/B.B.A. in Management provides a wealth of knowledge and skills and requires only 30 additional semester credit hours for completion.  Students completing any of these specially designed double degree programs will graduate with two bachelor's degrees in the same semester.

Fashion Program Minors

Fashion and Textiles also offers minors in Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising. Typically, a minor comprises a minimum of eighteen (18) semester hours in the field, six (6) of which are at the advanced level.  

Fashion Internship

An important component to the Fashion and Textiles Undergraduate Programs is the internship program in which all students are required to participate. The internship program provides students with fashion industry experience while they complete their educational programs. Through these professional-level work experiences, students gain valuable work habits and skills, and many find their job after graduation through the internship program experience.

Want to Find out More?

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